Monday, September 3, 2012

Pomfret Fry




Pomfret is a easy to do and tasty fish. Even cooks very fastly. After coming here, I have never tried this fish at home. Since got bored of usual fishes and chicken, tried the pomfret fry today and it came out very good and tasty. Today we are going to see the simple and easy Pomfret Fry.


Ingredients

  • Pomfret - 1 fish
  • Ginger Garlic paste - 2 tsp
  • Chilli powder - 1/2 tsp
  • Coriander powder - 1/2 tsp
  • Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Black pepper powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Salt - as per taste ( I used 1/2 tsp)
  • Lemon Juice - 2 tsp
  • Rice flour - 1 tsp
  • Rawa/Sooji - 1 tsp
  • Oil - for frying

For garnishing

  • Tomato, Onion, Grated carrot, coriander leaves and Lemon.

Method
  • Wash the fish nicely.
  • Make slits as shown on the fish body.
  • Mix the ginger garlic paste, chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, balck pepper, salt.
  • To this add the lemon juice and make a paste.
  • Marinate the fish with this paste. Put the paste inside the slits made. Let it rest for 30 mts.

  • In another bowl, mix the rice flour and rawa and sprinkle on the marinated fish. 
  • In a pan, add little oil and fry the fish on both sides, till it becomes brown color or until fish gets cooked. 
  • Garnish with the ingredients mentioned under Garnishing. 
  • Pomfret fry is ready to be served. 

24 lovely comments:

Asiya Omar

Wow! LOOKS GREAT..

Chitra

Nice color :)

Sangeetha Nambi

Wow ! mouth watering here akila... :)
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Ushnish Ghosh

Dear akila
How are you? I feel good reading your comment at my blog and you still remember my blog !!
This is a great recipe and the spicing. I take note of using rice flower and suji...must try ..
I am out of country since last October and on vacation now. The place where I work is deep in side sahara with a very weak net signal. So could not read any blog. I will be finally back to India in Jan and will be on blog full time again.
have a nice week ahead

runnergirlinthekitchen.blogspot.com

OMG, I want!! Its just yummmmm

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Any

I love it! Wonderful!

S.Menaga

OMG, Am salivating here...adding rava is very interesting...

Navaneetham Krishnan

Lovely, the pomfret is my other half's favorite, all fish being his diet almost all the time.

Amazing recipe and I hope I can a fresh pomfret this weekend to try your recipe. Keeping my fingers crossed. I am also going to make some rasam and can you imagine how the taste will be eating with rice.

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divya

Looks yumm.. Amazing and delicious...

radha

That is a nicely presented dish. It looks tasty even to a vegetarian!

tamilsasikitchen

Looks inviting...Yummy...

Jana ★

Que buena receta, me encanta!
Soy nueva por tu blog, ya soy nuevo miembro :D
Te invito a que pases a mi cocina, se bienvenida
Un besito ^^
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Shobha

Delicious pomfret fry..irresistible.

Divya Pramil

Oh my Favorite fry wish to have them now!! :)
yummyyy!!

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Nadji

Avec toutes ces épices, ce poisson doit être délicieux.
A bientôt

Shweta in the Kitchen

Wow, am hungry...love this type of promfret fry with rice & dal fry. Looks irresistible

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Julie

Mouthwatering fry!!
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cookingvarieties

hi akila, lovely pic, makes me hungry. love the marinade

Suja Manoj

Delicious fry,makes me hungry.

Shailaja Reddy

Yummy fry.

Sharans Samayalarai

No words !! Very tempting !!

You can link this to my on-going event Onam Sadhya ~ The Grand Feast

Cheers,
Sharanya.

Usha

Pomfret is perfectly fried and looks crisp on the outside. I never cooked it here but have eaten it at my cousin's place back in India.

Thanks for sharing the recipe and sending it to my event.

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